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Connecticut Just Banned Civil Forfeiture Without a Criminal Conviction

The Sleuth Journal is an independent alternative media organization comprised of individuals and groups working to shed the light on truth in government, politics, world and local news, civil liberties, natural health and medicine and other important topics that the mainstream media fails or refuses to expose. This information is being presented to you in […]

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Nevada has Declared a Weed State of Emergency

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval declared a weed state of emergency Friday: The state’s pot dispensaries are running out of product. Nevada began the legal sale of recreational pot on July 1 amid major questions over whether there would be enough supply to meet consumer demand. The initiative authorizing the sales, passed in November, gave liquor distributors exclusive rights […]

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Final Nail for Neonicotinoid Pesticides?

What happened when the two biggest makers of bee-killing pesticides commissioned a $3.5-million study on the impact of neonicotinoid pesticides on bees? The scientists concluded that neonics do indeed harm bee populations. The companies (Bayer CropScience and Syngenta) that funded the largest ever field trial of its kind turned around and called the conclusions “unfair.” […]

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‘Very Fine Place’: AG Sessions Visits Guantanamo Detention Camp

(RT) US Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, are visiting the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay – the first such visit under the new administration. They are reportedly accompanied by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats. The high-ranking delegation is visiting the camp to get an “up-to-date understanding of current operations,” Ian Prior, a […]

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Fluoride Lunacy

Almost 70 years after the first cities started fluoridating their water supplies, more than 90 percent of Americans still get cavities. If that weren’t enough to ban fluoride, there’s this: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently added fluoride to its list of developmental neurotoxins—chemicals that interfere with normal brain development in utero and in […]

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Monsanto’s Mess

When the colours turn grey and the lights all fadeTo black againWe’re in over our headsBut somehow we make it back again – lyrics from “Beautiful Mess” Next month will mark one year since Congress obliterated Vermont’s GMO labeling law and replaced it with its own faux-labeling measure. The DARK Act was an outright attack […]

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Trump Lets Mattis Decide on Troop Levels in US War Theaters

[image: Alex Brandon, Associated Press]Straightaway in office, Trump delegated warmaking to hawkish generals – Defense Secretary Mattis, National Security Advisor McMaster and Joint Chiefs Chairman Dunford in charge, assuring endless wars continue. Battlefield decisions were delegated to local commanders, including drone strikes and special operations missions in countries where America is not officially at war. […]

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Serbia Suing NATO for 1999 High Crimes

Lawyers representing the Serbian Royal Academy of Scientists and Artists are preparing to sue each of the then-20 NATO member countries – not through the International Court of Justice (ICJ), in national courts of each offending country. Serbian lawyer Srdjan Aleksic explained, saying “(w)e believe that this is within the competence of national courts. These […]

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